Pharmacology June 2017
Strategies and Answers to the Pharmacology Exam
Achieve your goal of passing the pharmacology exam with this important tutorial. This exam had a passing rate of only 24%!
We walk you through each question and provide valuable answers and explanations along with tips on how to approach each question.
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Joe Blais is an experienced clinical pharmacist who has successfully tackled several pharmacy exams. In December 2016, Joe wrote all three Hong Kong registration exams and successfully passed each exam on his first attempt. An impressive accomplishment since the pharmacology exam only had a 10% pass rate.
He is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, and a registered pharmacist in Canada and Hong Kong. Joe has reviewed continuing education programs for the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and was a pharmacist assessor for the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada exams. As an honorary tutor at the University of Hong Kong, he assists with the teaching and assessment of undergraduate and master of clinical pharmacy students.
Through integrating his clinical expertise and teaching experience, Joe provides concise, yet detailed tactical explanations to each exam question. Because he has lived through the challenges of the Hong Kong registration exams, he is committed to each student’s success, and is excited to contribute as a teacher at the school.